Good Governance Learning Network

2011

The GGLN is a network of South African non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that aims to promote participatory, effective, accountable and pro-poor local governance.


The network was established in 2003 in order to provide an interface for civil society organisations working on issues of local governance and citizen participation to network and share information towards strengthening local democracy in South Africa. Other objectives include the documentation and dissemination of good practices, building the capacity of practitioners, advocacy, as well as creating awareness about the value of participatory local governance.

The Secretariat of the GGLN is hosted by Isandla Institute.
http://www.ggln.org.za

Updates
Apr 15, 2011
On 13 April, the GGLN launched its third State of Local Governance Report. The theme of this year's report, Recognising Community Voice and Dissatisfaction, was driven to a large extent by commun ...
Jan 28, 2011
Chantelle de Nobrega has a BA (Hons.) in Politics and Philosophy from Rhodes University and MA, with a specialisation in Human Rights, Development and Social Justice, from the Institute for Social Stu ...
Oct 25, 2010
In July 2010, the GGLN launched its second State of Local Governance report entitled, Ethical Leadership and Political Culture in Local Government: A Civil Society Perspective on Local Governance in S ...
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